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Expression of Interest to Join the ANZIC Ocean Planet Workshop

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The Australian National University

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Expression of Interest sought to join the ANZIC Ocean Planet Workshop 14-16th April, 2019, Canberra

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As part of the worldwide effort to develop the next decadal plan for scientific ocean drilling, the ANZIC Ocean Planet Workshop will bring together Australian and New Zealand experts in marine geoscience and geomicrobiology relevant to drilling who wish to help formulate a new 2024-2034 science plan for ANZIC and international partners. Participants will deliberate new research frontiers, gaps in the current IODP Science Plan (https://www.iodp.org/about-iodp/iodp-science-plan-2013-2023), and improved engineering, technological, drilling, logging, and observing capabilities. The workshop report will form the basis of Australia’s and New Zealand’s input into the next global decadal plan.

The Workshop over three days will be dedicated to:

  • Day 1:    Early-Mid Career Researcher Day
  • Day 2:    Whole community discussion via breakouts into sessions covering themes/challenges, platform capabilities and legacy reuse.
  • Day 3:    Theme and Science Challenge discussion.

Submission of White Papers on targets for scientific ocean drilling are welcomed. White Papers will be used in workshop discussions and in the workshop report. Submitted White Papers will be considered public material, will be posted on the ANZIC website, and will be listed in an appendix in the workshop report.

Note: If you are unable to attend you can still submit a White Paper, for further details please register for submission with the White Paper ticket.

Note: ANZIC will be providing some travel support to interested parties outside the ACT, subject to T&C's.

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